Brandon Marshall's, um, drama-filled offseason has led to much speculation about his status with the Miami Dolphins.
Let's clear some of that up. Again.
In April, following Marshall's alleged stabbing which police said was at the hands of his wife, I reported the wide receiver's status with the team was not in danger. The Dolphins did not intend to get rid of Marshall. Made sense since, despite his history for domestic violence, this incident cast Marshall as the victim.
I've not heard anything that would change Marshall's status with Miami since then so I'm assuming he'll be with the Dolphins.
Apparently Marshall was assuming the same because he showed up at Dolphins training camp today ready to work out. In fact, he showed up around 8:30 in the morning and wasn't allowed to immediately enter the facility.
The NFL mandated club training facilities were not to open from their lockout state until 10 a.m. And so Marshall apparently waited in his car for 90 minutes until he was finally allowed in the facility at the allowable time.
Speaks to the kid's diligence.
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